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Thread: LV 72 LIGHTSHIP south wales (INFO & PIC HEAVY)

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    Hi great pics but unfortunately your build and service history are for the wrong light vessel. The one you have referred to is the American LV72. The one in Neath is the British LV72 built in 1903 and has no propulsion engines. and as
    you mentioned she did indeed serve during ww2 off the coast of Normandy .. More info here lv72
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/787159187984566/


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    There seems to be a error during editing, I will
    fix thosas soonaspoaible
    Find, log, report, repeat.

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    Thought I was going mad there, cant see anything lol

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    ill get too it now lol
    Quote Originally Posted by BikinGlynn View Post
    Thought I was going mad there, cant see anything lol
    Find, log, report, repeat.

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